• David Warlick

    The problem is reaching the kids who need Comcast. I’m a member of a high-school leadership group (I’m an accountant) and I’ve told the school how great Comcast could be in combating drop-out rates here in Georgia. The school’s response? They say they cannot disclose who is poor in their school, and hence they cannot reach out to these kids to help subscribe to Comcast. That seems crazy to me, but it is a real problem that Comcast must address if it is really intends to sign up poor kids with Internet Essentials. If parent councils can learn who is poor, then we can help those kids one-on-one to sign up.